It was a gorgeous Sunday morning and hopefully you had a chance to enjoy the Sunday Brunch, heard only on The MOOSE 94-7. Here's what you heard:

  • Jackson Browne- These Days
  • Jeffrey Foucault- Train to Jackson
  • John Wesley Harding- Jackson Cage
  • Patty Griffin- Take it Down
  • Tom Petty- Angel
  • Norah Jones- Wish I Could
  • Story Hill- Inside Emotion
  • Mandolin Orange- Blue Ruin
  • Laura marling- Wild Once
  • Jason Isbell- If We Were Vampires
  • Gregory Alan Isakov- Amsterdam
  • Cry Cry Cry- By Way Of Sorrow
  • Daniel Tashian- Remember Me
  • Dylan- Moonshiner
  • Charlie Parr- 1922 Blues
  • Fretless- Waterbound
  • Johnny Flynn- Detectorists
  • Greg Brown- Spring Wind
  • Sera Cahoone- You Might As Well
  • Sarah Harmer- Cherry Song
  • Shawn Colvin- American Tune, Hold On
  • Amos Lee- El Camino
  • Avett Brothers- Victory
  • Kathleen Regan- Better Than That
  • Led Zeppelin- That’s the Way
  • Neil Young- Tell Me Why
  • Tim O Brien & Darrell Scott- More Love
  • Zac Brown Band- Sweet Baby James
  • Brandi Carlile- Way To You
  • Bob Marley- Three Little Birds
  • Eddie Berman- S.O.B.
  • Jason Isbell- Alabama
  • Gillian Welch- One Little Song
  • Gregory Alan Isakov- Time Will Tell
  • John Prine- All The Best
  • Jeffrey Foucault-Mesa Arizona
  • Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicholson- The House That Never Was
  • Dylan- Tangled Up In Blue
  • Norah Jones- July
  • Wailin Jenny’s- Asleep At Last
  • Tyler Lyle- The Winemakers Love Song
  • Josh Ritter- I Still Love You Now and Then
  • Timberlake, Mulligan, Sands- 500 Miles

The Sunday Brunch happens every Sunday morning from 9am to Noon on 94-7 The MOOSE. It's hosted by Elle Fine and all the songs are hand-picked by her for this very special show. We hope you enjoyed this week's selections and we'll catch you this Sunday!

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Stacker used data from the 2020 County Health Rankings to rank every state's average life expectancy from lowest to highest. The 2020 County Health Rankings values were calculated using mortality counts from the 2016-2018 National Center for Health Statistics. The U.S. Census 2019 American Community Survey and America's Health Rankings Senior Report 2019 data were also used to provide demographics on the senior population of each state and the state's rank on senior health care, respectively.

Read on to learn the average life expectancy in each state.